World Athletics has banned transgender women from competing in elite female competitions if they have gone through male puberty.
World Athletics bans transgender women athletes
Track and field has banned transgender athletes from international competition while adopting new regulations that could also keep Caster Semenya and other athletes with differences in sex development from competing.
In a pair of decisions expected to stoke outrage, the World Athletics Council adopted the same rules as swimming did last year by deciding to bar athletes who have transitioned from male to female and have gone through male puberty.
No such athletes currently compete at the highest elite levels of track.
Another set of updates, for athletes with differences in sex development (DSD), will impact 13 athletes, WA President Sebastian Coe said.